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Subject : Maths

33

DPP No. ____

Date : __________

Class : XI

M.M. 27

Time: 45 Min.

Consider the equation || x 1| 2| =

1.

2.

3.

(A*) (2, ) {0}

(B) (2, )

(C) (0, 2)

(A) (0, 2)

(B*) {2}

(C) (0, )

(D) (, 0)

[3]

[3]

Number of integral values of so that the given equation has four solutions, is

(A) 0

(B*) 1

(C) 2

(D) 3

[3]

4.

The perimeter of a certain sector of a circle is equal to the length of the arc of a semicircle having the

same radius. The angle of the sector in radians is :

[3]

(A) 2

(B) 1

(C*) 2

(D) 4

5.

If n2 x + 3 n x

(A) [e , )

6.

(B) ( , e4) [e , )

(C) (1/e , e)

(A) 0.1

7.

(A) x = 3

x + log 4

x + log

(B) x = 4 3

100

8.

[3]

(C*) 0.3

r 1

(D*) none

2 is :

(B) 0.2

[3]

63

x +......... + log

x = 36 is :

(C) x = 9

a2r = &

100

r 1

[3]

16 3

(D*) x =

A.P. is :

(A)

9.

[3]

(B)

(C)

If 2 cos 2 ( + x) + 3 sin ( + x) vanishes, then the values of x lying in the interval from 0 to 2 are ____

[3]

[ Ans. : x = /6 or 5/6 ]

Subject : Maths

Date : __________

34

DPP No. ____

Class : XI

M.M. 30

1.

STATEMENT 2 : (i)

If a > 1, then x > 1 logax > 0 and 0 < x < 1 logax < 0

(ii)

If 0 < a < 1, then x > 1 logax < 0 and 0 < x < 1 logax > 0

(A*)

(B)

(C)

(D)

2.

Time: 45 Min.

STATEMENT 1

STATEMENT 1 is true, STATEMENT 2 is true ; STATEMENT 2 is not a correct explanation for

STATEMENT 1

STATEMENT 1 is true, STATEMENT 2 is false

STATEMENT 1 is false, STATEMENT 2 is true

tan

is equal to

If cos = cos cos , then tan

2

2

(A) tan2

2

3.

(B*) tan2

2

(C) tan2

2

[3]

(D) cot2

2

The ratio of sums of n terms of two arithmetic progressions is (3 n 13) : (5 n + 21). The ratio of

24th term of the two series is :

(A) 59 : 141

4.

(B) 7 : 17

[3]

(C*) 1 : 2

If log 2, log (2x 1) and log (2x + 3) are in A.P., then x is equal to :

(A) 5/2

5.

[3]

(B*) log2 5

(C) log3 2

[3]

(D) 3/2

S2 : If f(x) = ax2 + bx + c (a 0) has finite minimum value and both roots are of opposite sign, then f(0) < 0

S3 : If is repeated root of ax2 + bx + c = 0, a 0, then ax2 + bx + c (x )2

S4 : For ax2 + bx + c = 0 (a 0) irrational roots occur in conjugate pairs only

State, in order, whether S1, S2, S3, S4 are true or false

(A) TFTF

(B*) TTFF

(C) FTFT

[3]

(D) TTTT

6.

The sum of the first three consecutive terms of an A.P. is 9 and the sum of their squares is 35. Then

sum to n terms of the series is :

[4]

(A) n (n + 1)

(B*) n2

(C) n (4 n)

(D*) n (6 n)

7.

If 0 < x <

Ans.

8.

, then find numerical value of cosx sinx

4

4

[3]

7

4

All terms of the arithmetic progression are natural numbers. The sum of its nine consecutive terms,

beginning with the first , is larger than 200 and smaller than 220 . Find the progression, if its second

term is equal to 12 .

Ans.

9.

3 cot( 60 A ) cot A

= tan ( + A), then find the value of .

cot(60 A) cot A

Ans.

30

If

[4]

[4]

Subject : Maths

Date : __________

35

DPP No. ____

Class : XI

M.M. 30

1.

Time: 45 Min.

Column I

[6]

Column II

y

4

(A)

Graph of y = log x x

(p)

y

1

(B)

(q)

O

1

cos | x |

2

Graph of y =

sin x

(C)

2.

(D)

Graph of y = 2

Ans.

(A) (r),

tan2

(| x | x )

x

(B) (s),

(s)

(C) (q),

(D) (p)

(B*) 34

(C) 44

(B) pq + r

(C) pq 3r

[3]

(A) pq + 3r

4.

(r)

2

3

5

6

7

+ tan2

+ tan2

+ tan2

+ tan2

+ tan2

is equal to

16

16

16

16

16

16

(A) 24

3.

1

2

(D*)

is equal to

q2 2pr

r

If n arithmetic means are inserted between 1 and 31 such that the 7th mean : (n 1)th

mean = 5 : 9, then n is equal to :

(A) 12

(B) 13

(C*) 14

[3]

[3]

5.

(B*) 276

(A) 276

6.

(C) 23

(B) 2

(C) 3

[3]

(A) 1

7.

1

1

and 42 is:

2

2

[3]

(D*) none of these

A certain number is inserted between the number 3 and the unknown number so that the three numbers

form an A.P. If the middle term is decreased by 6, then the numbers are in G.P. The unknown number

can be :

[3]

(A) 3

8.

(B) 15

(C) 18

(D*) 27

Consider an A.P. a1, a2, ........ an, ....... and the G.P. b1, b2, ........, bn, ...... such that a1 = b1 = 1,

a

9

a9 = b9 and

(A) b6 = 27

9.

r 1

= 369, then

(B*) b7 = 27

[3]

(C) b8 = 81

(D*) b9 = 81

First, second and seventh terms of an A.P. (all the terms are distinct), whose sum is 93, are in G.P.

Fourth term of this G.P. is

(A) 21

(B) 31

[3]

(C) 75

(D*) 375

Subject : Maths

36

DPP No. ____

Date : __________

Class : XI

M.M. 32

1.

2.

Time: 45 Min.

[6]

Column

Column

(a)

will have roots opposite in sign

(P)

[2, 0]

(b)

real solutions for all real values of

(Q)

[2, 3)

(c)

The inequation

(R)

[0, 1]

(d)

1 2

2

. tan 1

2

2

lies the interval

(S)

R [1, 1]

Ans.

(a) (S)

The value of

x 2 ( x 2)3 (3x 2)

(3 x ) 4 ( 4 5 x )7

(b) (R)

0 is satisfied by

(c) (Q)

6 a n b loga2 b . logb 2 a

4.

A geometric progression consist of 1000 terms. The sum of the terms occupying the odd places is

S1 and the sum of the terms occupying the even places is S2, the common ratio is

[3]

S1

(B) S

2

8.

9.

(B) G.P.

(A)

7.

S1

(C) S

2

S2

(D) S

1

1

1

1

If x > 1, y > 1, z > 1 are in G.P., then 1 log x , 1 log y , 1 log z are in

5

5

5

(A) A.P.

6.

(B*) Independent of b

(D) depends on b

The first term of an infinite G. P. is the value of x for which the expression log3 (3x 8) + x 2 vanishes.

22

If the common ratio of the G. P. is cos

, then the sum of the G. P. is :

[3]

3

(A) 1

(B) 3/2

(C*) 4/3

(D) none

S

(A*) 2

S1

5.

[3]

e n a . n b

(A*) Independent of a

(C) depends on a

3.

(d) (P)

17

4

(C*) H.P.

[3]

4 3 12

, ,

, ........... is

3 2 7

(B)

34

3

[3]

(C)

3

34

(A*) 1

(B) 1

(C) 0

(D*)

4

17

[3]

Let x 1 & x 2 be the roots of the equation x 2 3 x + A = 0 and let x 3 & x 4 be the roots of the equation

x 2 12 x + B = 0. It is known that the numbers x 1, x 2, x 3, x 4 (in the same order) form an increasing G.P.

Find A and B.

[4]

Ans.

A = 2, B = 32

The sum of first three consecutive terms of a G.P. is 13 & the sum of their squares is 91. Find the sum

to n terms of the G.P.

[4]

Ans.

Sum

3 n 1 27

1

or 1 n

2

2 3

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